Fastect II Urine Dip Drug Test Barbiturates
The Fastect II urine dip drug test barbiturates is a rapid screening drug test kit that is easy to use. The Fastect II is for professional use only and used for the detection of drugs and drug metabolites in human urine. The Fastect II is a preliminary screening test and provides qualitative test results, which means it detects the presence of barbiturates in a person’s system and not the amount of drugs present. Simply dip the tip of the test into the specimen for ten seconds and read the test result in five minutes. The Fastect II urine dip drug test is one of the easiest ways to perform a drug screening test.
Minimizes Exposure to the Specimen
The Fastect II urine dip drug test design incorporates a sliding cap that minimizes the operator’s exposure to the specimen. To perform the test, the operator slides the cap forward to expose the test strips. After wetting the strips in the specimen the operator slides the cap to the down position, effectively covering the wetted strips while the test results develop.
Fastect II is CLIA Waived
The Fastect II has CLIA waived status. This means that Fastect II test results obtained by persons with no laboratory experience and who have only read the testing instructions are comparable to results obtained by trained laboratory technicians. CLIA-waived status allows the Fastect II to be used in a wide variety of settings and reduces the burden otherwise required by CLIA regulations.
Multiple Drug Configurations are Available
The Fastect II is available in single panel test configurations and up to four panels so you can choose only the number of panels you need to test. Limiting the number of required test panels lowers drug testing costs. Its simplicity and ease of use makes it an economical testing solution.
Interpreting Test Results
A red colored line should be observed in the control region marked C to indicate the test is performing properly. If no red line appears in the control region, the test is invalid and should be discarded and the operator should perform another test using a new dip cartridge. A red colored line observed in the test region indicates a presumptive negative test result. A presumptive positive test result occurs if no red line appears in the test region. The intensity of the colored lines in the test region may vary.